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Well you have a lot of bad sectors. My advise is to replace the drive. But if you still want to mark those bad sectors, then you can use fsck. fsck is used to check and optionally repair one or more Linux file systems. Just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo fsck /dev/sd* (replace * with ...
Almost completely unrelated to Ubuntu but there you go... Forward port 80 to your Ubuntu's internal IP, using your router and this guide. Tell Ubuntu to unblock port 80 (might not be needed): sudo ufw allow tcp/80 By this point people outside your network should be able to put your IP in their browser and see the site. This won't work internally due to ...
Yes all your files are completely safe when you upgrade, only the Ubuntu system files will change. But make a backup of your important files so you don't lose them if the upgrade fails. You should always have your important files backup, it doesn't matter if it's on a cloud storage, usb-stick or on a hard drive just back it up somewhere.
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